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  • Crescenta Valley Briefs: CV Town Council meeting Thursday; Library collecting gifts

    The Crescenta Valley Town Council will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 18 in the community room of the La Crescenta Library, 2809 Foothill Blvd., La Crescenta. The meeting will include a few first-responders reports, installation of new council members and...
  • Historical archives coming to Highland Park library

    Historical archives coming to Highland Park library
    With an eye toward long-term financial stability, the Highland Park Historical Society will move its archives into the Highland Park Public Library in the spring. The historical society recently entered into a memorandum of understanding with the city...
  • 25 titles added to National Film Registry

    25 titles added to National Film Registry
    Steven Spielberg's 1998 World War II epic, "Saving Private Ryan," Joel and Ethan Coen's cult comedy "The Big Lebowski" and the 1976 drama "Please Don't Bury Me Alive!" — considered by historians to be the first Chicano feature film — are among...
  • Bud Cole: Now is the time to restore Joe Paterno's legacy

    Bud Cole: Now is the time to restore Joe Paterno's legacy
    It's time to restore the respected and noteworthy legacy of Joe Paterno and the image of Pennsylvania State University. I don't believe opinions of cynics, detractors and rival fans deserve any merit. While these naysayers sit back, point their...
  • Proposed Newport News capital plan would shift more money to Tech Center

    Proposed Newport News capital plan would shift more money to Tech Center
    Several major projects will be delayed if the City Council approves the city manager's recommended capital improvement plan. Some of the money planned for those projects — among them a new Southeast Community middle school, renovations to an aging...
  • 91-year-old Fruitland Park artist captures history in pen-and-ink

    FRUITLAND PARK — Virgil Bell rolled up his sleeves and brought out his pen and ink to create artwork of historic buildings in the community known as "The Friendly City." The 28 drawings are featured in his book "The Pen and Ink History of Fruitland...
  • Orange library embraces new 'beam' technology to help customers

    Orange library embraces new 'beam' technology to help customers
    Wander into the Orange County library's downtown branch, and a welcome message appears on the screen of your smart phone. Head to the DVD section, and a message touts the latest releases. Near the bookstore, the screen reads "Bargains abound!" On a...
  • After the Civil War, freedom and ... what?

    PHILADELPHIA The Civil War ended, the constitutional amendments abolishing slavery and establishing civil and legal humanity of African Americans passed a new day dawned in 19th-century America. Meet the new day, same as the old day. Reconstruction ended...
  • Center Road School turns library into memorial for former principal

    Mary Jo Myslinski was the principal of Center Road School from 2002 until 2010, when she retired in order to deal with a longtime illness – a rare spinal tumor. Myslinski passed away in January of 2014, and many of her former co-workers at the...
  • Costa Mesa's Wendy Leece gearing up for life after public office

    Costa Mesa's Wendy Leece gearing up for life after public office
    After accolades upon accolades had poured in, outgoing Costa Mesa Councilwoman Wendy Leece, wearing a new dress she recently bought at South Coast Plaza, faced the audience in front of the speaker's podium. She had received compliments that evening from...
  • Gloria Molina donates her papers to Huntington Library

    Gloria Molina donates her papers to Huntington Library
    With no room left on Mt. Rushmore, Gloria Molina has found another way to achieve lasting proximity to some of the Untied States’ greatest politicians: She capped her 23 years on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors by donating her papers...